Secret Masters of the Web — NOT!

In general, I think W3C is doing fairly well. Not perfect, but not bad. It would be nice, though, if the various people working on different working groups knew more about what each other was doing — this is a problem of growth, and one which shouldn’t be a surprise…but when it sneaks up on you slowly, you don’t necessarily realize what’s going on. So that’s one of the areas I think we’ll be looking at over the next few months.

The Advisory Board meets once a month by phone, with very infrequent in-person meetings. Today’s meeting was more productive than all of the phone calls from the past year put together; we’re going to try to do more in-person meetings, even though all of us have more than enough opportunities to travel. *sigh*

I was going to write more, but something has been horrifyingly slow, and it took five minutes (at least) to flip this page — I’m tired and ready to call it a night. Gotta get up moderately early to visit the Extreme Blue East team tomorrow, too.